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Everything you need to know about Disney+

A still from “The Mandalorian”
Gina Carano in the live-action “Star Wars” series “The Mandalorian,” among the original programming headed to Disney+.
(Melinda Sue Gordon / Lucasfilm)
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The arrival of Disney+ will kick off a new era in streaming when it crashes into a field of established stand-alone services such as Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video and HBO Now. Also entering this ever-expanding arena are brand-new services from Apple (Apple TV+) and WarnerMedia (HBO Max).

With family-friendly films and TV shows from Disney, Marvel, Lucasfilm (“Star Wars”), Pixar and National Geographic slated for its expansive library, Disney+ is expected to be a formidable player in the streaming wars.

Here’s everything we know about Walt Disney Co.'s direct-to-consumer streaming service so far.

What to stream — and what to skip — when Disney+ launches on Tuesday.

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What is Disney+?

Disney+ is Disney’s ad-free streaming service, launching Nov. 12 in the U.S. as well as Canada and the Netherlands. (The service will launch in Australia and New Zealand on Nov. 19.)

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It will be the streaming home for movies and TV shows from Disney, Marvel, “Star Wars,” Pixar, National Geographic and more. The library will include animated classics, recent releases and original content.

Ariel and Ursula in a scene from “The Little Mermaid”
“The Little Mermaid” will be among the animated classics in the Disney+ catalog.
(Walt Disney Pictures)

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How much is it?

Disney+ will cost $6.99 a month or $69.99 a year. Disney also will offer the service in a bundle along with Hulu (with ad support) and ESPN+ for $12.99 a month. (International pricing will differ.)

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What does that include?

Disney+ subscribers will be able to create up to seven profiles per account and be allowed up to four concurrent video streams. 4K video playback in Dolby Vision, HDR10 and Dolby Atmos for available programming is also included.

Unlimited downloads of TV shows and movies via the Disney+ app will enable offline viewing on up to 10 mobile devices or tablets.

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How can you watch it?

The Disney+ app will be available on a variety of smart TVs and connected TV devices, such as Apple TV, Google Chromecast and Roku. It also will be accessible via iOS devices, Android phones and gaming consoles such as XBox One and PlayStation 4. Notably absent from the list of devices that will support Disney+ at launch are Amazon Fire and Fire TVs.

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What can you watch on it?

Disney has said the service will host more than 7,500 television episodes, 400 older films and 100 recent theatrical releases in its first year. Also during this first year, Disney+ is slated to release more than 25 original series and 10 original films, documentaries and specials. Disney+ original series will release new episodes weekly.

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What original TV series have been announced?
‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier’ logo
The “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” is an MCU-set series slated for Disney+.
(Marvel / Disney)

Marvel (live-action)
“The Falcon and The Winter Soldier” (fall 2020): An MCU series, set after the events of “Avengers: Endgame,” following Anthony Mackie as Sam Wilson (a.k.a. Falcon) and Sebastian Stan as Bucky Barnes (a.k.a. Winter Soldier). They are two of Steve Rogers’ (a.k.a. Captain America) closest friends. In addition to Emily VanCamp reprising her role as Sharon Carter, the series will introduce Wyatt Russell as the MCU’s John Walker, who appeared in the comics as a “Captain America” villain before becoming U.S. Agent (after a brief stint as Captain America).

“WandaVision” (spring 2021): A show about Wanda Maximoff (a.k.a. Scarlet Witch), played by Elizabeth Olsen, and Vision, played by Paul Bettany. The show also will introduce MCU fans to the grown-up Monica Rambeau, played by Teyonah Parris. A much younger Monica made her MCU debut in 2019’s “Captain Marvel.” Described as part-sitcom, part-MCU epic, the series, set after “Endgame,” will also see MCU vets Kat Dennings and Randall Park return as Darcy Lewis (“Thor”) and Jimmy Woo (“Ant-Man and The Wasp”), respectively. The show will also feature Kathryn Hahn as a “nosy neighbor.”

“Loki” (spring 2021): The god of mischief will be the focus of this series, with Tom Hiddleston reprising his role as the fan-favorite villain Loki.

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“Hawkeye” (fall 2021): The show that will introduce Kate Bishop (whom comic book fans also know as Hawkeye) to the MCU. Jeremy Renner’s Clint Barton also will be there.

“Ms. Marvel” (release TBA): Kamala Khan will be joining the MCU during Phase 4 of the ever-expanding franchise. The Pakistani American teen with shapeshifting abilities made history as the first Muslim character to headline a Marvel comic book series when her solo book launched in 2014.

“Moon Knight” (release TBA): Marc Spector is a mercenary with amoral tendencies turned costumed superhero affiliated with the Egyptian moon god. He’s known for his expert fighting skills as well as his struggles with multiple personalities. In the comics, he’s worked alongside Spider-Man, the Defenders, the Avengers and more.

“She-Hulk” (release TBA): Jennifer Walters is an attorney who gains superpowers after receiving an emergency blood transfusion from her cousin Bruce Banner, a.k.a. the Hulk. In the comics, she has long been able to retain control of her personality and intelligence even in her Hulk form. She’s been affiliated with the Fantastic Four, the Avengers and more.

“Star Wars” (live-action)
“The Mandalorian” (available at launch): Set somewhere in the outer reaches of the galaxy, some time between the fall of the Empire and the rise of the First Order — meaning between the events of “Return of the Jedi” and “The Force Awakens” — “The Mandalorian” is a space western starring “Game of Thrones” alum Pedro Pascal as the titular blaster-slinger. Written and executive produced by Jon Favreau, the show is the first live-action “Star Wars” spinoff series. The cast also includes Gina Carano, Carl Weathers, Giancarlo Esposito, Emily Swallow, Omid Abtahi, Werner Herzog and Nick Nolte. Dave Filoni, known for his work in “Star Wars” animation, is the director of the first episode.

Untitled Cassian Andor Series (to debut during year two): Diego Luna will be back as Cassian Andor in this spy thriller set in the early years of the Rebellion, before the events of “Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.” Alan Tudyk also returns as K-2SO. Stephen Schiff (“The Americans”) will serve as showrunner and executive producer.

Untitled Obi-Wan Kenobi series (release TBA): Ewan McGregor is back as Jedi master Obi-Wan Kenobi in an untitled “Star Wars” series set sometime between the events of the films “Revenge of the Sith” and “A New Hope.” Filming is expected to start in 2020.

Other scripted live-action series

“High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” (available at launch): A 10-episode scripted series (in the mockumentary style) following a group of students preparing to put on East High’s first-ever production of “High School Musical.”

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“Diary of a Female President” (to debut during year one): A series following a 12-year-old Cuban American girl navigating the highs and lows of middle school as she journeys to become the future president of the United States. Gina Rodriguez (“Jane the Virgin”) and Emily Gipson (“I Can and I Will”) will serve as executive producers with Ilana Peña (“Crazy Ex-Girlfriend”).

“Love, Simon” (release TBA): Set in the world of the 2018 film “Love, Simon,” the half-hour series will follow Victor, a new student at Creekwood High School who has to adjust to living in a new city while dealing with family issues and struggling with his sexual orientation. He reaches out to Simon for help.

“Lizzie McGuire” (release TBA): Hilary Duff is returning to the Disney character that launched her career: Lizzie McGuire. The sequel series, from original creator Terri Minsky, will follow the now-30-year old Lizzie navigating life in New York while working for a decorator. But the voice in her head will be the same 13-year old Lizzie fans of the original will recognize.

“Muppets Now” (release TBA): Kermit the Frog, Miss Piggy and friends are hitting Disney+ with the Muppets’ first-ever unscripted short-form series. We’re not quite sure what that means either.

Disney announced Friday that a sequel to “Lizzie McGuire” — with star Hilary Duff — and a series of shorts starring the Muppets will be coming to Disney+.

Forky and Woody in “Toy Story 4"
Forky, left, was introduced in “Toy Story 4.”
(Pixar / Disney)

Animated series
“Forky Asks a Question” (available at launch): “Toy Story 4” breakout Forky has important questions about how the world works, such as “What is Money?” This and much more will be explored in a series of 10 shorts.

“SparkShorts” (available at launch): A series of experimental shorts from Pixar’s program designed to discover new talent and explore new storytelling techniques from artists across the studio.

“Monsters at Work” (2020): Set six months after the events of the original “Monsters, Inc.,” this new series will follow Tylor Tuskmon (voiced by Ben Feldman), who works as a young mechanic on the Monsters Inc. facilities team. His dream is to work his way up to the Laugh Floor, to make kids laugh along with his idols Mike and Sully. The series cast includes “Monsters, Inc.” vets Billy Crystal, John Goodman, John Ratzenberger, Bob Peterson and Jennifer Tilly, as well as newcomers Kelly Marie Tran, Henry Winkler, Lucas Neff, Alanna Ubach and Stephen Stanton.

“Marvel’s What If…?” (summer 2021): The MCU’s first animated series will introduce the Watcher, voiced by Jeffrey Wright, and feature stories set in alternate realities spun from pivotal moments in the MCU. The voice cast will include established MCU actors reprising their characters.

“Chip ’n’ Dale” (to debut during year one): Classic chipmunk characters Chip and Dale are in for a modern makeover in a new comedy series that will see them living in a small park in a busy city. The series, comprised of 39 seven-minute episodes, will be produced by the award-winning French production studio Xilam Animation.

A look at the updated Chip and Dale
Chipmunks Dale, left, and Chip get a update for the new “Chip ’n’ Dale” series for Disney+.
(Disney +)

“Star Wars: The Clone Wars” (Feb. 2020): Anakin Skywalker, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Padmé Amidala, Ahsoka Tano and Captain Rex will be back in 12 brand-new episodes of the Emmy Award-winning animated series, set between the events of the prequel films “Attack of the Clones” and “Revenge of the Sith.” (The series originally launched on Cartoon Network in 2008, with the unaired sixth season debuting on Netflix in 2014).

“Lamp Life” (to debut during year one): What was Bo Peep up to between “Toy Story 2” and “Toy Story 4”? This all-new animated short film explains.

“Short Circuit” (to debut during year one): A series of shorts from Walt Disney Animation’s experimental program created to encourage new approaches to visual style and story and to find new voices.

Documentary/nonfiction series

“Encore!” (available at launch): Executive producer Kristen Bell is organizing a high school reunion like no other: Former castmates of a high school musical are challenged to re-create their original performance.

“Marvel’s Hero Project” (available at launch): A series spotlighting the real-life heroics of kids making positive changes in their communities.

Untitled Walt Disney Imagineering Documentary Series (available at launch): A documentary series about the 65-year-plus history of Walt Disney Imagineering (the creatives behind the Disney theme parks), spotlighting the people, the craft and the business itself.

“The World According to Jeff Goldblum” (available at launch): A series in which Jeff Goldblum explains everyday stuff, from sneakers and denim to ice cream, tattoos and jewelry. Need we say more?

“One Day at Disney” (Dec. 3): A 52-episode series of documentary shorts spotlighting all types of Disney employees. The people featured will include illustrators, Imagineers, park staff, actors, veterinarians, TV hosts and more. The series will kick off with a feature-length documentary special released in conjunction with a book.

“Be Our Chef” (to debut during year one): A Disney-inspired cooking competition for the chance to create a dish for Disney Parks. Each episode will see two families taking part in challenges involving their family traditions and Disney themes. The finalists will be tasked with creating a dish that represents their family in a Disney way.

“Dolphin Reef” (to debut during year one): Natalie Portman narrates Disneynature’s “Dolphin Reef,” which will follow a young bottlenose dolphin named Echo. Echo is at a dolphin crossroads, unable to decide if he’s ready to grow up and take on new responsibilities, or if he’ll remain silly and just have fun with all the other sea creatures that keep him distracted.

“Into the Unknown: Making ‘Frozen 2'” (to debut during year one): A documentary series giving a behind-the-scenes look at the creation of “Frozen 2.”

“Magic of Animal Kingdom” (to debut during year one): A documentary series following the animal-care experts, veterinarians and biologists at work at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and Epcot’s SeaBase aquarium.

“Marvel’s 616” (to debut during year one): An anthology documentary series examining the historical, cultural and societal context of Marvel’s stories, characters and creators.

“Prop Culture” (to debut during year one): An anthology series that examine films through the props and costumes that made them unique. The movies discussed in the first eight episodes include “Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl,” “Mary Poppins,” “The Muppet Movie,” “Tron” and “Who Framed Roger Rabbit.”

“(Re)Connect” (to debut during year one): Each episode will see a family unplug from their lives in order to face whatever is driving a wedge

among them and overcome it with the help of a specialized expert.

“Rogue Trip” (to debut during year one): Journalist Bob Woodruff and his 27-year-old son, Mack, will travel the world to visit places that are often misunderstood or overlooked by tourists.

“Shop Class” (working title; to debut during year one): A competition series in which teams of students will be tasked with designing, building and testing new gadgets. A panel of experts will whittle down the field until one team is named Shop Class Champs.

“Earthkeepers” (working title; to debut during year two): A documentary series following conservationists and the animals they have devoted their careers to, as well as everything that goes into their efforts to protect the planet’s most endangered species.

“Ink & Paint” (to debut during year two): A documentary series about the unsung women who worked to create some of Disney’s greatest animated films. It’s based on the book of the same name.

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What about original movies?

“Lady and the Tramp” (available at launch): A live-action retelling of the 1955 animated classic about the romantic adventures of a prim and proper house dog named Lady and a scrappy stray named Tramp. The cast includes Tessa Thompson (voice of Lady), Justin Theroux (voice of Tramp), Kiersey Clemons (Darling), Thomas Mann (Jim Dear), Janelle Monáe (voice of Peg), Yvette Nicole Brown (Aunt Sarah), Sam Elliott (voice of Trusty) and more.

“Noelle” (available at launch): Anna Kendrick stars as Noelle, the carefree younger sister of Nick Kringle, played by Bill Hader, who is the first in line to be Santa Claus. When the stress of being Santa becomes overwhelming, Nick disappears just weeks before Christmas. It’s up to Noelle to find Nick and save the holiday.

“Togo” (December): Based on a true story, “Togo” will follow Leonhard Seppala (Willem Dafoe) and his lead sled dog Togo, known for their role in the Nome Serum Run to deliver medicine to children during the 1925 outbreak of diphtheria in Alaska. (The real-life Balto — the inspiration behind the 1995 non-Disney animated movie “Balto” — was also a part of this run, which involved traveling more than 700 miles in harsh conditions.)

‘Phineas and Ferb’
Phineas and Ferb are headed to Disney+ with a new movie.
(Disney)

“Phineas and Ferb: Candace Against the Universe” (to debut during year one): Phineas, Ferb, Candace and the whole blended Flynn family are back for a new movie based on the fan-favorite animated series that followed the siblings’ summer vacation antics. This time, Phineas and Ferb head to space to order to rescue Candace, who has found utopia on a faraway planet after being abducted by aliens.

“Secret Society of Second-Born Royals” (to debut during year one): The movie centers on Sam, a princess with no real interest in the royal way of life. The second in line to the throne of Illyria, Sam one day discovers she has superpowers and that a secret society of second-born royals has long been tasked with keeping peace in the kingdom. She’s in for some adventures as she joins a top-secret training program to prepare for saving the world.

“Stargirl” (early 2020): A coming-of-age movie based on the YA novel of the same name, “Stargirl” follows 16-year-old Leo Borlock, who is happy to fly under the radar until a new girl shows up at his high school. Stargirl is quirky and different and not at all like any of the other kids at Leo’s school, and she changes everyone’s perceptions about themselves and each other.

“Timmy Failure” (early 2020): Directed by Academy Award winner Tom McCarthy, “Timmy Failure” follows a young boy who believes he’s the best detective in town. Timmy runs Total Failure Inc., along with his partner, a 1,500-pound polar bear. The movie is based on the book “Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made” from the “Timmy Failure” illustrated series. McCarthy and the book’s author, Stephan Pastis, co-wrote the screenplay.

“Flora & Ulysses” (release TBA): Based on the children’s book “Flora & Ulysses: The Illuminated Adventures,” the movie will follow a 10-year-old named Flora. A comic book fan and a self-proclaimed cynic, Flora’s life is forever changed when she saves a squirrel that ends up developing superpowers.

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What else will be included in the Disney+ catalog?
Brie Larson as Captain Marvel
“Captain Marvel” is among Disney’s 2019 theatrical releases headed to Disney+.
(Marvel Studios)

Disney+ will be the exclusive streaming home for all of Disney’s theatrical releases beginning in 2019, starting with “Captain Marvel,” which will be available at launch. Other recent releases headed to the platform include “Dumbo,” “Avengers: Endgame,” “Aladdin,” “Toy Story 4" and “The Lion King,” as well as the upcoming “Maleficent: Mistress of Evil,” “Frozen 2" and “Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker.”

The platform will also include the entire Pixar library and animated/live-action classics from the vault.

Below are titles that Disney has confirmed will be available at launch (including 30 seasons of “The Simpsons”).

TV shows

“Adventures of the Gummi Bears”
“Amazing Planet”
“America’s Heart and Soul”
“Amphibia”
“Andi Mack”
“Avengers Assemble”
“Bad Hair Day”
“Best Friends Whenever”
“Big City Greens”
“Big Hero 6: The Series”
“Bizaardvark”
“Bonkers”
“Boy Meets World”
“Brain Games”
“Bug Juice: My Adventures at Camp”
“Chip ‘n’ Dale: Rescue Rangers”
“Coop & Cami Ask the World”
“Crash & Bernstein”
“Darkwing Duck”
“Disney’s Fairy Tale Weddings”
“Dog Whisperer With Cesar Milan”
“Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER”
“Dr. Oakley Yukon Vet”
“Drain the Ocean”
“DuckTales” (1987)
“DuckTales” (2016, Season 1)
“Earth Live”
“Elena of Avalor”
“Even Stevens”
“Fantastic Four”
“Fantastic Four: World’s Greatest Heroes”
“Fast Layne”
“Gargoyles”
“Girl Meets World”
“Good Luck Charlie”
“Goof Troop”
“Gordon Ramsay: Uncharted”
“Gravity Falls”
“Great Migrations”
“Handy Manny”
“Hannah Montana”
“Hercules”
“Hostile Planet”
“Howie Mandel’s Animals Doing Things”
“Hulk and the Agents of S.M.A.S.H.”
“Inhumans”
“Iron Man”
“Iron Man: Armored Adventures”
“Jake and the Never Land Pirates”
“Jessie”
“Jonas”
“Kickin’ It”
“Kim Possible”
“Kingdom of the Apes: Battle Lines”
“Kingdom of the White Wolf”
“Lab Rats”
“Lab Rats: Elite Force”
“Legend of the Three Caballeros”
“Lego Star Wars: All-Stars”
“Lego Star Wars: Droid Tales”
“Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures”
“Lego Star Wars: The New Yoda Chronicles”
“Life Below Zero”
“Lilo & Stitch: The Series”
“Little Einsteins”
“Lizzie McGuire”
“Marvel’s Guardians of the Galaxy”
“Marvel’s Ultimate Spider-Man”
“Mickey and the Roadster Racers” (Season 1-2)
“Mickey Mouse Clubhouse”
“Mickey Mouse Shorts”
“Mighty Ducks: The Animated Series”
“Milo Murphy’s Law”
“Muppet Babies” (2018)
“My Friends Tigger & Pooh”
“One Strange Rock”
“Origins: The Journey of Humankind”
“Out of the Box”
“Phil of the Future”
“Phineas and Ferb”
“PJ Masks”
“Puppy Dog Pals”
“Quack Pack”
“Raven’s Home”
“Recess”
“Rocky Mountain Animal Rescue”
“Shake It Up”
“Silver Surfer”
“Smart Guy”
“So Weird”
“Spider-Man” (1981, 1994, 2017)
“Spider-Man and His Amazing Friends”
“Spider-Man Unlimited”
“Spider-Woman”
“Star Wars Rebels”
“Star Wars Resistance”
“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
“Stuck in the Middle”
“Sydney to the Max”
“TaleSpin”
“Tangled: The Series”
“Teacher’s Pet”
“That’s So Raven”
“The Avengers: Earth’s Mightiest Heroes”
“The Avengers: United They Stand”
“The Book of Pooh”
“The Emperor’s New School”
“The Evermoor Chronicles”
“The Incredible Dr. Pol”
“The Incredible Hulk”
“The Lion Guard”
“The Little Mermaid”
“The Muppets”
“The New Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”
“The Replacements”
“The Simpsons”
“The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”
“The Suite Life on Deck”
“Timon & Pumbaa”
“Tron: Uprising”
“Unlikely Animal Friends”
“Vampirina”
“Violetta”
“Wicked Tuna”
“Wizards of Waverly Place”
“Wolverine and the X-Men”
“X-Men: Evolution”
“X-Men: The Animated Series”

A still from “The Simpsons”
Even “The Simpsons” are headed to Disney+.
(Fox)

Movies

“10 Things I Hate About You”
“12 Dates of Christmas”
“101 Dalmatians”
“101 Dalmatians” (live-action)
“101 Dalmatians II: Patch’s London Adventure”
“102 Dalmatians”
“20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”
“A Bug’s Life”
“A Goofy Movie”
“A Kid in King Arthur’s Court”
“A Ring of Endless Light”
“Adventures in Babysitting”
“African Cats”
“Aladdin”
“Aladdin 2: The Return of Jafar”
“Aladdin 3: Aladdin and the King of Thieves”
“Alice in Wonderland”
“Alice in Wonderland” (live-action)
“Aliens of the Deep”
“Alley Cats Strike”
“Almost Angels”
“Amy”
“An Extremely Goofy Movie”
“Annie”
“Ant-Man”
“Apollo: Missions to the Moon”
“Atlantis: Milo’s Return”
“Atlantis: The Lost Empire”
“Atlantis Rising”
“Avalon High”
“Avatar”
“Avengers: Age of Ultron”
“Avengers: Endgame”
“Babes in Toyland”
“Bambi”
“Bambi II”
“Bao”
“Bears”
“Beauty and the Beast”
“Beauty and the Beast: Belle’s Magical World”
“Beauty and the Beast: The Enchanted Christmas”
“Bedknobs and Broomsticks”
“Before the Flood”
“Benji the Hunted”
“Big Hero 6"
“Bizarre Dinosaurs”
“Blackbeard’s Ghost”
“Blank Check”
“Bolt”
“Born in China”
“Brave”
“Breaking2"
“Brink!”
“Brother Bear”
“Brother Bear 2"
“Buffalo Dreams”
“Cadet Kelly”
“Camp Nowhere”
“Camp Rock”
“Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam”
“Can of Worms”
“Candleshoe”
“Captain America: Civil War”
“Captain America: The First Avenger”
“Captain America: The Winter Soldier”
“Captain Marvel”
“Cars”
“Cars 2"
“Cars 3"
“Casebusters”
“Cheetah”
“Chicken Little”
“Chimpanzee”
“Cinderella”
“Cinderella II: Dreams Come True”
“Cinderella III: A Twist in Time”
“Cloud 9"
“College Road Trip”
“Confessions of a Teenage Drama Queen”
“Cow Belles”
“Dadnapped”
“Dan in Real Life”
“Darby O’Gill and the Little People”
“Davy Crockett and the River Pirates”
“Davy Crockett, King of the Wild Frontier”
“Decorating Disney: Holiday Magic”
“Deep Blue”
“Den Brother”
“Descendants”
“Descendants 2"
“Diana: In Her Own Words”
“Diary of a Wimpy Kid”
“Dinosaur”
“Doctor Strange”
“Don’t Look Under the Bed”
“Double Teamed”
“Doug’s 1st Movie”
“DuckTales the Movie: Treasure of the Lost Lamp”
“Dumbo”
“Dumbo” (live-action)
“Earth Live”
“Easter Island Unsolved”
“Eddie’s Million Dollar Cook-Off”
“Eight Below”
“Emil and the Detectives”
“Empire of Dreams: The Story of the Star Wars Trilogy”
“Escape to Witch Mountain”
“Expedition Mars: Spirit & Opportunity”
“Fantasia”
“Fantasia 2000"
“Finding Dory”
“Finding Nemo”
“First Kid”
“Flicka”
“Flight of the Navigator”
“Flubber”
“Frank and Ollie”
“Freaky Friday” (1977, 2003, 2018)
“Free Solo”
“Frenemies”
“Frozen”
“Full-Court Miracle”
“Fun and Fancy Free”
“Fuzzbucket”
“Garfield: A Tail of Two Kitties”
“Geek Charming”
“Genius”
“Get a Clue”
“Giants of the Deep Blue”
“Girl vs. Monster”
“Go Figure”
“Going to the Mat”
“Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!”
“Gotta Kick It Up!”
“Greyfriars Bobby”
“Guardians of the Galaxy”
“Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2"
“Gus”
“Halloweentown”
“Halloweentown II: Kalabar’s Revenge”
“Halloweentown High”
“Hannah Montana: The Movie”
“Hannah Montana and Miley Cyrus: Best of Both Worlds Concert”
“Hatching Pete”
“Heavyweights”
“Herbie: Fully Loaded”
“Herbie Goes Bananas”
“Herbie Goes to Monte Carlo”
“Herbie Rides Again”
“Hercules”
“High School Musical”
“High School Musical 2"
“High School Musical 3: Senior Year”
“Hocus Pocus”
“Home on the Range”
“Honey, I Blew Up the Kid”
“Honey, I Shrunk the Kids”
“Honey, We Shrunk Ourselves”
“Horse Sense”
“Hounded”
“How Dogs Got Their Shapes”
“How to Build a Better Boy”
“Ice Age: The Great Egg-Scapade”
“Ice Princess”
“I’ll Be Home for Christmas”
“Inside Out”
“Inspector Gadget”
“Inspector Gadget 2"
“Into the Grand Canyon”
“Into the Okavango”
“Invincible”
“Invisible Sister”
“Iron Man”
“Iron Man 2"
“Iron Man 3"
“Iron Will”
“Jack”
“James and the Giant Peach”
“Jane”
“Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board”
“Johnny Tsunami”
“Jonas Brothers: The 3D Concert Experience”
“Journey to Shark Eden”
“Journey to the Center of the Earth”
“Jump In!”
“Jungle 2 Jungle”
“Jungle Cat”
“Justin Morgan Had a Horse”
“Kazaam”
“Kim Possible” (2019)
“Kim Possible Movie: So the Drama”
“Kingdom of the Blue Whale”
“Kronk’s New Groove”
“Lady and the Tramp”
“Lady and the Tramp II: Scamp’s Adventure”
“Lemonade Mouth”
“Leroy & Stitch”
“Let It Shine”
“Life Is Ruff”
“Life-Size 2"
“Life With Mikey”
“Lilo & Stitch”
“Lilo & Stitch 2: Stitch Has a Glitch”
“Lost Treasures of the Maya”
“Man Among Cheetahs”
“Mars: Inside SpaceX”
“Marvel Rising: Secret Warriors”
“Marvel Studios: Assembling a Universe”
“Marvel Studios: Expanding the Universe”
“Mary Poppins”
“Meet the Deedles”
“Meet the Robinsons”
“Melody Time”
“Mickey, Donald, Goofy: The Three Musketeers”
“Mickey’s Once Upon a Christmas”
“Mickey’s Twice Upon a Christmas”
“Mighty Joe Young”
“Millions”
“Minutemen”
“Miracle”
“Miracle at Midnight”
“Miracle in Lane 2"
“Miracle Landing on the Hudson”
“Miracle on 34th Street”
“Mission to the Sun”
“Moana”
“Mom’s Got a Date With a Vampire”
“Monkey Kingdom”
“Monsters, Inc.”
“Monsters University”
“Motocrossed”
“Mr. Boogedy”
“Mulan”
“Mulan II”
“Muppets Most Wanted”
“Muppet Treasure Island”
“My Favorite Martian”
“National Treasure: Book of Secrets”
“Newsies”
“Newsies: The Broadway Musical”
“Now You See It...”
“Old Yeller”
“Oliver & Company”
“Once Upon a Mattress”
“One Magic Christmas”
“Operation Dumbo Drop”
“Paris to Pittsburgh”
“Perri”
“Peter Pan”
“Pete’s Dragon” (1977, 2016)
“Phantom of the Megaplex”
“Phineas and Ferb the Movie: Across the 2nd Dimension”
“Piglet’s Big Movie”
“Pinocchio”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: On Stranger Tides”
“Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl”
“Pixar Short Films Collection Vol. 1"
“Pixel Perfect”
“Planet of the Birds”
“Pocahontas”
“Pocahontas II: Journey to a New World”
“Pollyanna”
“Pooh’s Grand Adventure: The Search for Christopher Robin”
“Pooh’s Heffalump Movie”
“Princess Protection Program”
“Queen of Katwe”
“Quints”
“Ratatouille”
“Read It and Weep”
“Ready to Run”
“Recess: All Growed Down”
“Recess: School’s Out”
“Recess: Taking the 5th Grade”
“Remember the Titans”
“Return From Witch Mountain”
“Return to Halloweentown”
“Return to Never Land”
“Return to Oz”
“Richie Rich’s Christmas Wish”
“Right on Track”
“Rip Girls”
“Robin Hood”
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story”
“Rookie of the Year”
“Roving Mars”
“Ruby Bridges”
“Sacred Planet”
“Saludos Amigos”
“Sammy, the Way-Out Seal”
“Santa Paws 2: The Santa Pups”
“Saving Mr. Banks”
“Science Fair”
“Sea of Hope: America’s Underwater Treasures”
“Secretariat”
“Secret of the Wings”
“Secrets of Christ’s Tomb: Explorer Special”
“Secrets of Life”
“Secrets of the King Cobra”
“Sharks of Lost Island”
“Sharpay’s Fabulous Adventure”
“Shipwrecked”
“Sister Act”
“Sister Act 2: Back in the Habit”
“Skyrunners”
“Sleeping Beauty”
“Smart House”
“Snow Dogs”
“Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs”
“Snowball Express”
“Snowglobe”
“Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace”
“Star Wars: Episode II: Attack of the Clones”
“Star Wars: Episode III: Revenge of the Sith”
“Star Wars: Episode IV: A New Hope”
“Star Wars: Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back”
“Star Wars: Episode VI: Return of the Jedi”
“Star Wars: Episode VII: The Force Awakens”
“Star Wars: The Clone Wars”
“Starstruck”
“Steamboat Willie”
“Stepsister from Planet Weird”
“Stitch! The Movie”
“Stonehenge Decoded: Secrets Revealed”
“Stuck in the Suburbs”
“Sultan and the Rock Star”
“Super Buddies”
“Swiss Family Robinson” (1940, 1960)
“Tall Tale”
“Tangled”
“Tangled: Before Ever After”
“Tarzan & Jane”
“Teen Beach Movie”
“Teen Beach Movie 2"
“Teen Spirit”
“That Darn Cat!” (1965, 1997)
“The Absent-Minded Professor”
“The Adventures of Bullwhip Griffin”
“The Adventures of Huck Finn”
“The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad”
“The African Lion”
“The Apple Dumpling Gang”
“The Apple Dumpling Gang Rides Again”
“The Aristocats”
“The Avengers”
“The Barefoot Executive”
“The Bears and I”
“The BFG”
“The Biscuit Eater”
“The Black Cauldron”
“The Black Hole”
“The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars”
“The Brave Little Toaster to the Rescue”
“The Castaway Cowboy”
“The Cat From Outer Space”
“The Cheetah Girls”
“The Cheetah Girls 2"
“The Cheetah Girls: One World”
“The Christmas Star”
“The Chronicles of Narnia: Prince Caspian”
“The Chronicles of Narnia: The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe”
“The Color of Friendship”
“The Computer Wore Tennis Shoes”
“The Country Bears”
“The Crimson Wing: Mystery of the Flamingos”
“The Emperor’s New Groove”
“The Even Stevens Movie”
“The Finest Hours”
“The Flood”
“The Fox and the Hound”
“The Fox and the Hound 2"
“The Game Plan”
“The Ghosts of Buxley Hall”
“The Good Dinosaur”
“The Great Mouse Detective”
“The Great Muppet Caper”
“The Greatest Game Ever Played”
“The Haunted Mansion”
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame”
“The Hunchback of Notre Dame II”
“The Incredible Journey”
“The Incredibles”
“The Jennie Project”
“The Journey of Natty Gann”
“Jumping Ship”
“The Jungle Book”
“The Jungle Book 2"
“The Jungle Book: Mowgli’s Story”
“The Kid”
“The Lion King”
“The Lion King 1½"
“The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride”
“The Little Mermaid”
“The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea”
“The Little Mermaid: Ariel’s Beginning”
“The Living Desert”
“The Lizzie McGuire Movie”
“The Lost Tomb of Alexander the Great”
“The Love Bug”
“The Luck of the Irish”
“The Many Adventures of Winnie the Pooh”
“The Million Dollar Duck”
“The Mistle-Tones”
“The Muppet Christmas Carol”
“The Muppet Movie”
“The Muppets”
“The Nightmare Before Christmas”
“The Other Me”
“The Pacifier”
“The Parent Trap” (1961, 1998)
“The Poof Point”
“The Prince & the Pauper” (1962, 1990)
“The Princess and the Frog”
“The Princess Diaries”
“The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement”
“The Proud Family Movie”
“The Reluctant Dragon”
“The Rescuers”
“The Rescuers Down Under”
“The Rocketeer”
“The Rookie”
“The Sandlot”
“The Santa Clause”
“The Santa Clause 2"
“The Santa Clause 3: The Escape Clause”
“The Scream Team”
“The Secret of the Magic Gourd”
“The Shaggy D.A.”
“The Shaggy Dog"(1959, 2006)
“The Sign of Zorro”
“The Sorcerer’s Apprentice” (short)
“The Sound of Music”
“The Story of Robin Hood and His Merrie Men”
“The Strongest Man in the World”
“The Suite Life Movie”
“The Swap”
“The Sword in the Stone”
“The Thirteenth Year”
“The Three Caballeros”
“The Three Musketeers”
“The Tigger Movie”
“The Ugly Dachshund”
“The Ultimate Christmas Present”
“The Vanishing Prairie”
“The Wild”
“The Wizards Return: Alex vs. Alex”
“The Young Black Stallion”
“Thor”
“Thor: The Dark World”
“Those Calloways”
“Three Days”
“Three Men and a Baby”
“Three Men and a Little Lady”
“Thumbelina”
“Tiger Cruise”
“Tinker Bell”
“Tinker Bell and the Great Fairy Rescue”
“Tinker Bell and the Lost Treasure”
“Titanic: 20 Years Later With James Cameron”
“Tom and Huck”
“Toy Story”
“Toy Story 2"
“Toy Story 3"
“Trail of the Panda”
“Treasure Island”
“Treasure of Matecumbe”
“Treasure Planet”
“Tree Climbing Lions”
“Tron” (1982)
“Tron: Legacy”
“Tru Confessions”
“Tuck Everlasting”
“Turner & Hooch”
“‘Twas the Night”
“Twitches”
“Twitches Too”
“Under the Sea: A Descendants Short Story”
“Unidentified Flying Oddball”
“Up”
“Up, Up and Away”
“Valiant”
“Waking Sleeping Beauty”
“Wall-E”
“Wendy Wu: Homecoming Warrior”
“While You Were Sleeping”
“Whispers: An Elephant’s Tale”
“White Fang”
“White Wilderness”
“Who Framed Roger Rabbit”
“Wild Yellowstone”
“Willow”
“Wings of Life”
“Winged Seduction: Birds of Paradise”
“Winnie the Pooh”
“Winnie the Pooh: A Very Merry Pooh Year”
“Winnie the Pooh: Springtime with Roo”
“Wizards of Waverly Place: The Movie”
“World’s Greatest Dogs”
“Wreck-It Ralph”
“You Lucky Dog”
“You Wish!”
“Zapped”
“Zenon: Girl of the 21st Century”
“Zenon: The Zequel”
“Zenon: Z3"
“Zombies”
“Zootopia”


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Tracy Brown is a digital editor and writer working in entertainment for the Los Angeles Times. She helps provide digital content for the Arts and Entertainment sections and has also written for the Travel, Books and Image sections. A Long Beach native, she graduated from UCLA.